WinSweeper is privacy software that maintains security and confidentiality by removing traces of computer activity. Everything you do on your computer leaves a trace, and you can't cover your tracks simply by clearing your browser history.
WinSweeper can significantly reduce your identity exposure risk by cleaning up your online activity as well as traces of your history that are stored in Windows and software applications.
Using WinSweeper to effectively maintain your privacy is as simple as clicking the "Start Scan" button. It then wipes your tracks from nearly 100 areas where sensitive information collects on your computer. WinSweeper can be set to run automatically on Windows startup and/or scheduled to run every hour. The software can run in the background, so it won't interfere with your other computer activities.
Files and folders that are deleted through Windows using the traditional recycle bin approach aren't actually removed permanently and have remnants that computer sleuths can still uncover. That's why it's important that any privacy software securely and permanently delete your private information. WinSweeper shreds files in a manner that makes them unrecoverable. You can choose between a single pass, triple pass and the DoD method (three-pass algorithm used by the U.S. Department of Defense).
WinSweeper is effective at permanently removing traces of your PC and internet activity. The application eliminates private information in all the essential areas like internet browsers, temporary files, the clipboard and the recycle bin. It detects and deletes your tracks from the start menu, the record of what you’ve opened and saved, and the SWAP file. The SWAP file (also known as paging file) essentially uses virtual memory for temporary storage, but it can store remnants of your computer history, so it’s nice to clear it out for privacy and improved performance.
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